Most celebrities are the victims of house invasions.Halle Berry almost became the victim of a house possession.
This all started in January when Ronald Eugene Griffin tried to get into the house by fiddling with the lock. He took off when approached by her gardener. When he came back in March with a locksmith and a deed, the workers put in a trespassing call to the cops.
Interestingly, he, too, called the cops and claimed that the employees were the trespassers.
When the authorities got there, Griffin was still trying to say he was the legitimate owner of the house. It didn’t take long for them to figure out that he’d fraudulently changed the title. In addition, Halle told detectives that she didn’t know him and certainly didn’t give him permission to be at her house.
- Griffin – who claimed he didn’t know it was Halle’s house – was arrested last week and charged with one count of forging a fraudulent recorded document and one count of petty theft. His bond was set at $36-thousand dollars.